Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program

 

About the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program Registered Nursing Program:

The OIAH Registered Nurse (RN) diploma offers a unique holistic focus to the standard Nursing program. Our students learn about today’s fast growing complementary and alternative techniques, as well as learn hands-on techniques to utilize in your future career as a RN! In just four quarters you can receive your diploma!

 

The RN program prepares the graduate to competently and safely provide basic nursing care within the State of Ohio Nurse Practice Act mandated scope of practice for selected clients in various structured health care settings. The traditional practice role of the RN can be expanded through the completion of the RN program at OIAH. As the nursing shortage intensifies, the current RN role and responsibilities will continue to shift to meet client needs according to the established plan of care.

 

This competency-based program is 52 instructional weeks in length and incorporates the nursing process as a teaching/learning tool. The student will have opportunity to learn about nursing concepts and skills in a familiar classroom environment as well as through textbooks and online learning modalities. In addition, students will practice simulated experiences in the skills lab and perform competencies in the actual care environment under the supervision of an experienced registered nurse.

 

Successful completion of the Nursing Education Program will lead to a diploma and eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

 

Registered Nursing Diploma Coursework

View the Registered Nursing Coursework below. For a printer friendly version, click Here!

1st Quarter Courses

 
Course Prerequisite Credit Hours Theory/Lab/Clinic Hours Cost
NRS 210 LPN-RN Transitions Program Admission 1 10 Theory $350
NRS 200 Transition to Holistic Nursig Practice (1:1) Program Admission 2 20 Theory $700
HOL 101 Holistic Practice and Philosophical Foundations Program Admission 2 20 Theory $700
PSY 102 Psychology for Holistic Nursing Practice Program Admission 3 30 Theory $1,050
NRS 201 Promoting Psychological Adaptations Program Admission 6 30 Theory/90 Clinical $2,100
NRS 209 E-Nursing Concepts Program Admission 2 20 Theory $700

2nd Quarter Courses

 
Course Prerequisite Credit Hours Theory/Lab/Clinic Hours Cost
NRS 202 (3:3) Family Nursing NRS 210, NRS 200, NRS 201 6 30 Theory/90 Clinical $2,100
BIO 151 Holistic Physiology for Nurses Program Admission 4 30 Theory/20 Lab $1,400
ENG 101 Basic Composition Program Admission 3 30 Theory $1,050
COM 110 Therapeutic Communication Program Admission 3 30 Theory $1,050

3rd Quarter Courses

Course Prerequisite Credit Hours Theory/Lab/Clinic Hours Cost
NRS 207 Integrated Microbiology and Environmental Nursing BIO 151 4 30 Theory/20 Lab $1,400
NRS 203 Caring for the Community NRS 202 4 30 Theory/20 Lab $1,400
HOL 200 Holistic Perspectives and Intervention II HOL 101, NRS 200 4 20 Theory/30 Lab $1,400

4th Quarter Courses

Course Prerequisite Credit Hours Theory/Lab/Clinic Hours Cost
NRS 204 Advanced Nursing Care (2:5) NRS 201, NRS 202, NRS 203, NRS 207 7 50 Theory/170 Clinical $2,450
NRS 205 Nursing Management for Personal and Professional Growth NRS 201, NRS 202, NRS 203, NRS 207 2 20 Theory $700
NRS 211 Professional Transitions NRS 201, NRS 202, NRS 203 1 10 Theory $350
ENG 102 Advanced Composition COM 110, ENG 101 3 30 Theory $1,050

Total Credit Hours & Tuition

Total Credit Hours & Tuition Clock Hours Cost
Total Credit and Lab/Clinical Hours and Tuition 57 440 Class/70 Lab/400 Clinical $19,950
Estimated Cost of Textbooks, Technology Fees, Lab Fees, Supply Fees, ATI Testing Fees, Uniforms (5), Liability Insurance $4,891
Total Program Cost $24,841

Admissions and Enrollment

Each program has its own set of Admissions requirements in order to enroll. Please view the following document to see the Admissions Policy for the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program. All applicants for programs must be 18 years or older and a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate.

 

Click here to view the General School Enrollment Policy.

Disqualifying Offenses for Enrollment

 

A criminal background could prevent enrollment into the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program. Please click the PDF below to view disqualifying offenses.


RN Program Disqualifying Offenses PDF